On this episode we’re covering Like a Rolling Stone: the Life and Times of Ben Fong Torres. Released in 2021, Suzanne Joe Kai’s debut feature doc is now available on Netflix.
Paco is back for a watch-or-not doc recap/review. It also happens to be the Seventh Anniversary of this podcast! We discuss many documentaries.
George talks to the filmmaker Rodney Ascher, whose latest doc is A Glitch In The Matrix…
On episode 157 we recap the 2014 documentary Jaco currently streaming on Hulu. Jaco, the doc, is about the brief, brilliant and brutal musical career of the legendary electric bass player Jaco Pastorius a self-taught musician who changed the course of modern music.
I liked this documentary series a lot but where I think it went wrong was that it was looking at the wrong reasons WHY Aaron was a killer.
We had no idea that there was such a thing as “Rule Zero” of the Internet. It makes sense, especially because cute cat videos have been the best thing the Internet has brought us.
Ep 115 Mommy Dead and Dearest with comedian & actor Ally Johnson Sup Doc The Premier Podcast About Documentaries Every Monday in May: A New True Crime Documentary for MAYHEM MONTH! Just in time…
Starting May 6th and every Monday in May our amazing guests will be helping us recap murder, misdeeds and mayhem.
Our guest is comedian Chad Opitz and our doc is Evil Genius a true crime series about the murder of Brian Wells often referred to as the “pizza bomber” case.
Our guest is comedian David Huntsberger and our doc is Man vs Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler the inspirational and outrageous true story of one man’s quest for the highest video game score ever. The film follows players as they try to accumulate a billion points on the 1982 arcade game, Nibbler, a feat first achieved by Tim McVey in 1984.
On episode 64 of Sup Doc hosts Paco Romane and George Chen sit down with the very talented comedian/musician Howard Kremer. They talk about the 2013 documentary Muscle Shoals celebrating Rick Hall, the founder of FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The signature “Muscle Shoals sound” developed in songs such as “I’ll Take You There”, “Brown Sugar”, and “When a Man Loves a Woman.” Howard and the boys also discuss Public Enemy, Hip Hop Evolution, docs vs biopics, high school band names, and Jello Biafra.
It is Sup Doc’s 2 Year Anniversary! We thought there was no better way to celebrate and end our MAYHEM month than airing a re-cut episode 1 The Jinx with comedian Matt Lieb.
We talk with comedian/podcaster (Film Drunk) Vince Mancini about The Thin Blue Line, a 1988 American documentary film by Errol Morris, depicting the story of Randall Dale Adams, a man convicted and sentenced to death for a murder he did not commit. Adams’ case was reviewed and he was released from prison approximately a year after the film’s release. The Thin Blue Line has been lauded since its release, and is considered by many critics to be among the greatest documentaries ever made.
Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast Ep 23 MAKING A MURDERER with comedian/podcaster Red Scott On EP23 Paco, George, and producer Will talk with comedian/podcaster Red Scott about Making A Murderer, the Netflix doc that took…
Our FIRST episode! If you were a serial killer would you walk into a store and piss on some candy? We’ll discuss this and more when Paco and George welcome SF comedian and writer Matt Lieb to the show. In this episode we talk with Matt about the HBO 6 part documentary The Jinx. *SPOILERS* We also discuss all of the weird and creepy stuff Robert Durst did, other clues and info not shown in the doc, and ask the question “Where is Morris Black’s head?”